Does Money Affect Us As People?

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Does Money Affect Who we Are?

Money is a very Important thing and goes around in many ways but some times it can also be a bad thing so does money affect us as people or not?

1. In my opinion things we in the modern time are more focused on:

2. How much money we will have by the end of the month/ year.

3. What we are going to do wth our money.

4. How we are going to spend our money.

5. What we are going to spend our money on.

How could money Affect us In my Opinion:

1. We could be to focused on our money to see what is going on around us.

2. We coud get stressed from the amount work we are doing just to get more money.

These are some ways it could Affect us to conclude everything In my personal Opinion I think money could affect us if we focus to much on it. Money is a good thing but should be used wisely and how we should save it or on what we should spend it on, and is that thing really necessary or is it just something we spend on with left over money. In my opinion money could affect your behaviour and they way we act because we are so focused and stressed on how much money you will earn.

To find out more about my research please visit this link: https://www.quora.com/How-does-money-influence-society

Comments (3)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC 19 Nov 2018

    Thanks for your interesting post. You have researched and given your own opinion, which shows great curiosity. Well done.

    Do you think the value of money is relative? (different amounts of money mean different things to different people)

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  • St-Josephs-Northfleet-logo-250x250.jpg energetic_conversation
    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Northfleet 20 Nov 2018

    I think it is relative for different reasons and I will explain using different people owning £100 or £10,000

    Homeless Person.
    A Homeless person would consider owning £100 as a miracle and owning £10,000 equivalent to being the richest person in the world. Their environment of living in streets managing with a few pennies or less each day. Now I am mentioning a person with a great contrast to a homeless and very poor person.
    Millionaire.
    They'd see owning £100 as being the POOREST person in the world as it would divide their riches by over ten thousand. It would seem pitiful owning £10,000 as they'd be reduced to 'common folk'. As you can see these two people are different due to their surroundings and environment. They also have very different reactions to different to different amounts of money=money means different things to different people.
    Young Adult.
    A Young Adult would consider owning £100 as a bad start in life as it wouldn't be enough for them to even go to university. If they're lucky, their parents would have given them money to start their lives. If they owned £10,000 it wouldn't be a miracle but an excellent amount of money to have at their age.

    I hope this shows the value of money is relative.

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  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC 20 Nov 2018 in reply to energetic_conversation's comment

    Well done for exploring how your current financial crisis would impact how you see different amount of money. This is very clear.

    Make sure you don't assume or exaggerate. For example, a homeless person might be aware of what £10,000 could buy you and would likely not think it would make them the richest person in the world.

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